Lenovo today introduced the new ThinkPad P4o Yoga. The company’s latest mobile workstation offers four modes, including laptop, stand, tent and a tablet mode. The device includes a touchscreen powered by the Wacom Active ES technology. The device comes with the NVIDIA Quadro M500M GPU with 2GB VRAM. For the CPU, Lenovo has packed an Intel Skylake i7 processor, and the company is also offering up to 16GB of RAM and 512GB of SSD storage for the device. Kyle Runciman, industrial designer and strategic content manager at Autodesk stated:
“Sketching is the foundation of everything we do. Designers can sketch for months to hone their ideas, and when they do get them to a point where they feel they’re ready for prime time, they can benefit from a separate, ISV-certified mobile workstation to visualize the designs. The ability to perform all of these capabilities on a single machine is huge for our industry.”
According to Lenovo, the ThinkPad P40 Yoga will be available starting Q1 2016. The device’s price starts at $1399, and you can know more about it here.